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Framerate in iMovie9

Posted: Sun, 26th Sep 2010, 1:38am

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I have used Fxhome Effects a few times without problem, but I just used Composite Lab for the first time. My rendered clips seem to be running fast in iMovie. I used Quicktime to move the clips back and forth. I rendered the clip using 29.97 FPS. I think that iMovie uses 30 FPS. I tried to re-render using 30 FPS, but now I get a message saying "Unable to create export movie." Thanks.
Posted: Sun, 26th Sep 2010, 4:59am

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Changes in speed after rendering almost always come down to the incorrect project settings being used when creating the CompositeLab project. That article explains the specific settings to watch for to sort things out.